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Inside Designer Vincenzo De Cotiis's Residence in Milan

Inside Designer Vincenzo De Cotiis's Residence in Milan

"Italian designer Vincenzo De Cotiis is much sought-after for his unique approach to design. Balancing a raw authenticity with a minimal approach through the reappropriation of salvaged materials, his Milan-based agency is responsible for placing luxury stories including Antonia and Excelsior Milano in unlikely spots—the latter a converted cinema near the Duomo."

Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Video Cover Photo by Paul Lepreux

 Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

 Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

 Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

 Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

 Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

Vincenzo De Cotiis's Home in Milan | Photo by Paul Lepreux

Writer Michael Lewin
Filmmaker Matthew Donaldson
Photography Paul Lepreux

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A Broader Look Into the Work of One of Our Favorite Artist Showcased at the Montreal Biennial : Chris Curreri

A Broader Look Into the Work of One of Our Favorite Artist Showcased at the Montreal Biennial : Chris Curreri

British Architect John Pawson Converts a Berlin Bunker Into a Museum

British Architect John Pawson Converts a Berlin Bunker Into a Museum